There are so many technologies for connecting remote systems that is not trivial take a choice about which one using.
In this post I’d like to put the focus on Spring Rmi and Spring Jax-WS. I wanted to answer only at one question, that’s because it’s very long describe the pro and cons about these technologies; anyway, the question, very typical in IT world is “Which one is the faster ?”.
Probably you’ve already heard about this topic and it’s very simple to apply. Whatever you’ve already known or not, I’d like to set a little list about how configure a couple of tomcat application server with apache server on your developer enviroment.
It can be very usefull for testing clustering application when something goes wrong…
On Spring Framework, together the core project, we can find a lot of extensions which provide to cover different technologies. One of this is Spring web flow.
Spring web flow is Spring extension that provides a tool for defining a web application flow inside a configuration files. It can do that by using a combination of states and actions.
In this article I’d like to illustrate, with a simple project, what is it and how we can adopt that in our solution.
Here we are again to speak about another Spring interface for communicating with Ldap protocol.
In this article I’ll show you how use Spring ldap framework with an implementation of Crud controlller.